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- Einstein Industries scored higher in 8 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
- Ceatus Media Group scored higher in 1 area: CEO Approval.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Einstein Industries full-time for less than a year
Very calm work environment with great hours and pay. Managers and co-workers are always willing to help. Not an overwhelming work load at all compared to other sales positions. Company culture is... great - lots of monthly activities and meetings that keep everyone involved.
Morning trainings can be a bore, however, we also have afternoon trainings that are more helpful in terms of growing as a salesperson.
I worked at Ceatus Media Group full-time for more than 3 years
- Competitive salary per experience - Hands off management style (no micromanagement) - No questions asked for time off - Never stayed overtime - Freedom to experiment with solutions - Users... provide great feedback with potential solutions - Since users are internal employees, it's easy to have a face to face meeting to discuss any bugs/issues - Coworkers are very helpful/friendly - Manager does not micromanage - Parking available in private lot - Company provided macbook pro for programming - Very organized deployment workflow - Time cards are managed by HR and you don't need to clock in/out
- Vacation cap is small when compared to other companies - Sick time does not role over, so it feels like a waste ending a year without using any sick time - Meetings can run long, and often times... people get stuck in the weeds - Sparse food choices in driving distance (I've eaten too much fast food there)
Advice to Management
- Communicate health of business more with employees - Communicate long term business goals with employees - Bagel days and employee of the month were good motivators and should be brought back... (the last employee of the month is someone who no longer works there) - Encourage all employees to communicate any software issues big or small with the software team to make it more user friendly - Communication about expected raises and performance could be more clear